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Most important MSX news of 2003 [round 3]

by snout on 12-01-2004, 02:23
Topic: MRC
Tags: Polls

We have just started the third round of our current mega-poll. In the end we will know what news is considered to be the 'Most important MSX news of 2003' by our visitors. Do you want to decide what news was the most important? Fill in this votesheet. Happy voting!

TPM.CO Software

by snout on 12-01-2004, 02:16
Topic: Websites

We have just added a link to TPM.CO Software to our downloads database. TPM.CO develops MSX games. You can download several of their productions on the website.

Bombaman - Finished

by snout on 11-01-2004, 18:19
Topic: Software

Team Bomba have just updated their website, adding Bombed, the Bombaman level editor and opening the 'Maps' section. But, most importantly, after 5 years of hard work: Bombaman is finished! The long awaited game will be released this saturday on the MSX Fair in Oss.

VM2413 - MSX-MUSIC (YM2413) in FPGA

by snout on 11-01-2004, 16:47
Topic: Hardware

Sourc: VGM or Chiptune News

Digital Sound Antiques, the developers of MSXplug and NESplug are currently working on an FPGA implementation of the Yamaha YM2413 chip, also known as the OPLL.

MSX Banzai! updated

by Unregistered user on 11-01-2004, 12:31
Topic: Websites

MSX Banzai! was updated today with the following:

  • Updated the Gfx9000 Programmers Manual with information about partial VRAM Address and Palette writes and initial testing results regarding palette snow and vertical scrolling behaviour.
  • Added more information about the MSX2+ SubROM Emulator to the Software section, thanks to

Most important MSX news of 2003 [round 2]

by snout on 09-01-2004, 20:31
Topic: MRC
Tags: Polls

2003 was an extremely active MSX year with many, many interesting newsposts. We would like to know from you, or visitors, what you thought was the most important (or the funniest) MSX news of 2003, by filing in a votesheet in our forums. We already arrived at the second round of this mega-poll, 26 newsposts are still 'in competition'. It is up to you to decide which 14 will move on to round 3.

Z80 at 99MHz

by snout on 09-01-2004, 12:46
Topic: Hardware

The Z80, the core of the MSX Computer, is used for many, many other purposes and therefor the best-selling CPU ever. According to Zilog, this processor was used in over a billion end-use devices world wide. One of those devices is the Nintendo Gameboy.

On this website, a subsection of Vorc.org, you can find a list of commercial MSX Magazines that were published around the world.

MSX VIEWer 1.00b

by snout on 09-01-2004, 12:25
Topic: Development

MSX VIEWer is a small tool that allows you to view and edit MSX-BASIC listings in Windows. To add a bit of MSX-feeling the default MSX-Fonts are included, and so are the Pascal sources.

Snow by WYZ

by snout on 07-01-2004, 22:06
Topic: MRC
Tags: Challenges

Although our Snowfall Challenge closed yesterday, we received another Snowfall demo from WYZ. This demo consists out of two parts: huge snow crystals and a huge scroller. You can download it here.

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